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The key words of your argument are "there have been three
affairs/indiscretions that probably occurred." Probably doesn't mean diddly
until it can be proven. My opinion is that if he can sleep with three
hundred women a night and get up in the morning to do his job than it's none
of my concern - let Hillery worry about it.
Let me ask you this one. If he were single and sleeping with twenty women
during his first year in office, would you consider him an ineffective
president? Would you consider him of poor character because he appears to be
I can't concern myself with a persons sex life if it doesn't affect his job.
If you found out your employee was having an affair with a married person,
would you fire him for using poor judgement? Would you consider that if he
cheated on his wife and children that he would do lie and cheat on the job?
Can't agree with you on this one. A one of the others stated, who believes a
politian anyway. Do you want to impeach Newt because he divorced his wife
while she was in the hospital with cancer?
It seems to me the real issue is not morals, ethics or character - it's
Dennis Wish PE

-----Original Message-----
From: John Cannon Jones <jcjones(--nospam--at)>
To: 'seaoc(--nospam--at)' <seaoc(--nospam--at)>
Date: Wednesday, January 28, 1998 3:50 PM
Subject: RE: totally inappropriate... (Damn right)

Several people have said that as long as Clinton gets the job done it's ok
by them.  Right now there have been three affairs/indiscretions that
probably occurred.  What if that number were 10, 100, 500 ...  Where is the
line that changes from his affairs being ok to not ok.  Is there a line as
long as the American pocketbook is relatively full.  That seems to be what
the public is saying.

Whether someone is doing a good or bad job with something, wrong is still

John Jones

Now, I am not comparing Mr. Clinton to Mr. Churchill, but only saying that
it is what the man
accomplishes in office, not who he is doing out of the office, that counts
for me.

FN:Dennis S. Wish